This Convent has been built in the form of a square fortress of hewn granite, and flanked with towers, of which one or two have cannon.
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The atrium was connected to several side rooms, which were closed by doors, and two open rooms, the latter being called alae.
Plan and sections of the Tomb of the Prophets; View, plan and section of the Tomb of Lazarus at Bethany.
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The Palace of Blois affords an example of successive changes in the buildings, from the original castle to the period of the Renaissance.
Plan and section of the house of the Pansa. Ostium or Prothyrum. The Vestibule, the Piscnia, Peristylium, the Library, Oecus or Cyzicenian Hall of the Roman house.
The ruins of the Church of Saint John the Baptist in the ancient city of Samaria, not far from the modern city of Nablus.
The Church of the Annunciation in the city of Nazareth, Israel, is one of the main destinations for pilgrims visiting the Holy Land.
Beneath the Church of the Annunciation at Nazareth, is a Shrine, lighted by silver lamps, which are kept continually burning.
A view of the Calvary Altar in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, within the Christian Quarter of the Old City in Jerusalem.
The Tomb of Absalom (Hebrew יד אבשלום Yad Avshalom) is an ancient funerary monument in the Kidron Valley near Jerusalem. It dates from the 1st century AD.